noun, plural T's or Ts, t's or ts.
noun (sometimes lowercase)
Related Words for tsblabbermouth, meddler, snoop, parrot, tattler, tabby, tattle, taleteller, chatterbox, gossiper, rumormonger, informer, scandalmonger, busybody, talebearer, prattler, chatterer, t, flibbertigibbet, newsmonger
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Contemporary Examples of ts
He is a total... well, c--t. Joffrey was the King of C--ts.
But here's the thing: despite all its darkness and cruelty, the show ultimately doesn't tolerate c--ts.
The reality is much more collaborative; where would Raymond Carver have been without Gordon Lish, or TS Eliot without Ezra Pound?Is This a Book Worth Saving? Considering ‘The Art of Joy’
September 6, 2013
Historical Examples of ts
We dragged over to the TS building, an impressive structure.Question of Comfort
A man 'ts got jest a wife might look into a glass now and then.Joyce's Investments
Fannie E. Newberry
On the other hand, Else generally made a half-cross to the ts.Science and the Criminal
C. Ainsworth Mitchell
But the news of the transaction alarmed the ministers of Ts'ae and Ch'in.
Ts'in must be distinguished from Tsin the name of three short but legitimate dynasties.
noun plural t's, T's or Ts
- something shaped like a T
- (in combination)a T-junction
to cross one's T's (and dot one's i's) "to be exact" is attested from 1849. Phrase to a T "exactly" is recorded from 1690s, though the exact signification is uncertain, despite much speculation. The measuring tool called a T-square is recorded by that name from 1785.
see dot the i's and cross the t's; to a T.